Looking back, there was a lot I learned, not only about programming and how to make golf courses, but about the atmosphere of a small company and how the cyber-sphere works.

There were times, especially when learning  back end coding, that I had felt embarrassed to ask multiple questions about the same thing. I knew my supervisor gave me a direction, and I know we had to progress forward, so I knew there had to be something he could tell me that would help me solve the problem. But by doing it myself, I could learn something and really experiment, mess around and improve.

Over time I noticed something very obvious and potent: nobody in their field knows everything , even when that’s what they work on day in and day out.

I know I  have much to learn about life, work, society and being productive.  My experiences at Perfect Parallel taught me I’m getting closer to doing that!